Sandpaper Wedge Test

It’s common knowledge that wedges should produce spin. It is difficult to find explanations for how the grooves on a wedge produce spin. Most people say grooves increase friction. Does that mean a wedge with extreme friction would be excellent? To find the answer, we built a sandpaper wedge and tested it against a normal… Continue reading →

Which Golf Tee is the Best and Farthest?

Question: How important is the type of tee used? Hypothesis: We believe the sample size is too small and the effects of different tees are too indistinguishable that no measurable variance will be found between different tee types. Materials: “Normal” Length Wooden Tee (2 ⅛” ) Pride Professional Tee System Step Tee (3 ¼”) Flex… Continue reading →

Is a Fake PING G400 Driver Worse Than the Real Thing?

In theory, we can probably hypothesize that a counterfeit driver is going to perform worse than the real thing, right? Have you ever wondered how much worse it might be though? We recently got a counterfeit club to test once somebody with poor moral integrity exchanged out a PING G400 driver head with a counterfeit… Continue reading →